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If God can’t do the logically impossible, how did he raise Jesus from the dead?

Students often have many questions once they learn that God being all-powerful does not mean that he has the power to do all things. What can't God do? God can't go against his nature or do what is logically impossible.... Continue Reading →

Lessons on Revenge and Justice from the Book of Nahum

How much do you know about Nahum? If you are like most Christians, it probably isn't very much. Does Nahum have anything relevant to my life today? Yes, you might be surprised. I recently had the chance to study and... Continue Reading →

It’s Because of God’s Love That Not Everyone Is Saved

Why is God so important to Christians?

There are so many ways to answer this question. I chose to answer it a bit different this time. Comment below with your answers!

Will being good get you into Heaven?

People often think that they have been good enough to get into Heaven. Or, they ask, "Why would God send good people to hell?" This helpful illustration can be used to show that getting into Heaven isn't based on how... Continue Reading →

Can the Trinity be defended?

I was reminded by the amount of questions students have related to the Trinity after teaching through the Doctrine of God in my high school class. Because of this, I decided to put out a short YouTube series addressing if... Continue Reading →

Is the Trinity biblical?

The word "Trinity" never appears in Scripture. Why do Christians believe in it? The Bible does give four essential affirmations that make up the Christian view of the Trinity. Check it out!

Is the Trinity logical?

Skeptics often say the Christian God cannot exist because the very nature of God, the Trinity, is logically impossible. How would you respond? How well do you understand the Trinity? Are you able to explain how it is both logical... Continue Reading →

Why can’t everyone go to heaven?

What would you say if someone asked you this? My response is actually another question. Check it out!

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